Joe Biden’s America is Bizarro World: Where Good is Punished and Evil is Praised

2 February 2024

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Pro-life protestors face 11 years in jail.

Joe Biden’s America is a place where good is punished and evil is praised.

Take the case this week of six pro-life protestors found guilty of blocking access to an abortion clinic.

The peaceful protestors now face 11 years’ jail for the crime of singing Christian hymns outside a Tennessee abortion facility in 2021.

Double Standards

If only they had burned down police stations and looted department stores as part of BLM’s much-celebrated ‘Summer of Love’.

If only they had broken down the security fence outside the White House while chantingfrom the river to the sea’.

But the silly fools choose instead to gather in a hallway outside the Carafem Health Center Clinic to pray and to tell women turning up for abortions that their babies were “a gift from God”.


People being exposed to Christian morality is counter to the Biden administration’s agenda. Nothing is allowed to interfere with the agenda of the state.

Imagine praying for a little baby not to be murdered. And then being sent to prison. Only in bizarro world are the pro-lifers not the good guys.

They should have told the judge they believed it was a Jewish-owned abortion clinic and they were there to free Palestine.

They should have said they were trans pro-life. But I digress.

Religious Persecution

The Biden plan is obviously to make the punishment of Christian beliefs so scary that people will hide their real thoughts for fear of being prosecuted.

Compare the eleven years’ jail facing pro-life supporters with the sentence lawyer Colinford Mattis got for throwing a Molotov cocktail into an unoccupied police car.

Mattis got a year and a day in prison.

So, in Biden’s America, you are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law if you dare to protest killing babies in the womb. But you receive incredible leniency if you riot, loot and commit arson in the name of diversity, equity and inclusion.

Now, it’s true that the pro-lifers were standing in the entrance to an abortion clinic. But they weren’t physically preventing women from entering.

Compare and contrast with pro-Palestinian supporters who block major highways, delaying traffic for hours, and receive no penalty.

A subservient and weaponised justice system will only divide America even more.

As the Jewish prophet Isaiah lamented: “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil; Who put darkness for light, and light for darkness; Who put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!”


Originally published at The James Macpherson Report.

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  1. H Harrison 2 February 2024 at 3:03 pm - Reply

    So true: Sicker than sick! Well conveyed.

  2. Jim Twelves 2 February 2024 at 6:58 pm - Reply

    James, your way with words is brutal, but then it seems that perhaps its the only way to face decent law-abiding people with the harsh reality of life as we know it (or death, as they prefer it).

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